Posts in Category: Corey Helford Gallery

Pip & Pop’s U.S. Exhibition Debut at Corey Helford Gallery

Tanya Schultz creates vibrant, immersive installation art under the moniker Pip & Pop. This month, the artist unveils her U.S. debut exhibition at Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles. "Here Comes Sunshines" kicks off on Jan. 13 and runs through Feb. 17. Pip & Pop was prominently featured back in Hi-Fructose Vol. 36, in a multi-page feature story.

Artist Spotlight: Yuka Sakuma

New paintings by Japanese artist Yuka Sakuma (previously featured here). See more images below or on display at Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles until September 16.

Artist Spotlight: Nicoletta Ceccoli

Recent work by Italian artist and illustrator Nicoletta Ceccoli (previously featured here). See more images from “Hide and Seek” below or on display at Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles until September 16.

Alex Gross Depicts an ‘Antisocial Network’ in New Series

Next month, painter Alex Gross returns with his first show in a decade in Los Angeles, where he lives and works. For most, "Antisocial Network" may conjure images of handheld devices and laptop screens, yet this show takes a broader approach to the term. Smartphones, VR headsets, corporate branding, and internal preoccupation all offer a different take on what the artist intends with this new collection at Corey Helford Gallery. The show kicks off Feb. 25 and lasts through March 25. Gross was last featured on here.

Studio Visit: Behind the Scenes of Nathan James’ US Debut “Dark Matter”

London based artist Nathan James uses different approaches each time he has a new idea to develop. This "lack" of a signature style makes his art unpredictable, but he might be converging into one thing. Nathan James will soon make his US solo debut at Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles with "Dark Matter", featuring his "Creepshow" series that we featured here on our blog, and introducing a new series that he calls "Faceless". We sat down with him to talk more about the inspiration behind his upcoming show.

Artists Envision Future Worlds in Corey Helford’s “Between Worlds”

When NASA published some new and sharp images of Pluto in the beginning of the year, a dreamland of puzzling patterns was revealed. It was a gift for human imagination. How life would be in Pluto or in other worlds is the inspiration for Corey Helford Gallery’s first group show in their new Los Angeles space, “Between Worlds” (full disclosure: the show is curated by our Online Editor, Caro). Opening tomorrow, the exhibition presents 30 international contemporary artists' visions of the fantasy of planets and lands yet to be explored.